Originally Posted by Ivanthegod
Not really if there is no fish in the tank creating food for the bacteria (poop, waste food...) ammonia is like a supplement
This doesnt really make sense. Youre telling me that the ammonia is a supplement? Why else would someone put the ammonia in the tank? Its to feed the bb. And like i said, if you continuously feed ammonia to a tank, the nitrate levels are going to rise. Sure there is the possibility that a dsb
or other might slow the rise pf nitrates, but in about 80% of the time, we need to do pwc
to remove nitrates. So why tell the op that live rock will remove nitrates??